A SIMPLE AND
EASY GUIDE TO CREATIVE WALL ARRANGEMENTS
A SIMPLE AND EASY GUIDE TO CREATIVE WALL ARRANGEMENTS
1. We have listed 7 of our recommended layouts for you to choose from.
2. Select your preferred frames. There are several to choose from – from rustic wooden ones to bold steel styles or even do a mix and match.
3. Do the layout. Using your chosen frames, outline each one on a kraft paper and cut it out. Use a painter‘s tape to help put the paper guides to hang the templates on your wall.
4. Have fun decorating your walls!
WALL ARRANGEMENTS MADE EASY
A long row of frames visually widens the room. This also usually makes a strong graphic statement. Using wall art in a cohesive color palette works best for this pattern. Just leave about 6 inches from the top of your furniture to the bottom of the frames and make sure to use exact measurements for spaces in between frames.
This minimal layout makes the most of small areas. This layout will allow you to mix sizes and shapes along a centered vertical line.
Leave about 5 inches from the top of your furniture to the bottom of your JO/egf ft(me,
Ledges and wall shelves are easy to rearrange often. Saves you the hassle of rehanging!
Just hang a ledge about 10 inches from the top of your furniture, or anywhere you see fit on the wall if there are no furniture in the space. You can then overlap at least one frame in the layout or even add an ccompanying decorative item for more dimen
A simple grid creates a strong, modern focal point. Group your frames as one piece and center it over the furniture.
Or if there is no furniture along the wall, just make sure to balance the arrangement with the entire wall space, from top to bottom and left to right
Using two different frame sizes balances movement with symmetry. This balances a feeling of movement. Plus, you can easily add to this composition over the years.
The key is to make sure you leave approximately 5 inches from the top of furniture to the bottom of the lowest layer of frames. And remember to just use two frame sizes for this pattern to align the wall arts to either vertical or horizontal axis
Create a unique look with a mix of frame styles and sizes. This works in both large and small spaces. Choosing similar type images for this pattern will create a more cohesive look for your space. Just make sure to align the frames along a vertical or horizontal axis to give it a more deliberate arrangement, rather than a messy looking one
This classic arrangement naturally draws the eye upward. Get started by centering a large frame on the middle step, hanging the frame so the center is at eye level. TIP: Leave about 10 inches between each step and the bottom of the frames for ease of dusting or vacuuming